Shark of the South [kooseh-ye jonoob] (1978) - (Iraj Ghaderi) Iranian film poster F, EX $55 *
Size: 27.5" x 39"
Condition: Folded, Excellent (minor edge damage)
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This is a 27.5" x 39" Iranian poster designed by Bateni for the 1978
Samuel Khachikian film Koose-ye Jonoob written by Amir Ghavidel
and Bahman Zarrinpour and starring Iraj Ghaderi as Akbar. Plot
summary: Akbar, Nader, Abbas and Reza, who have been good friends
since childhood, all want to achieve an aspiration. Abbas and Nader
are wearing uniforms, Akbar joins his uncle's smuggling gang and Reza,
who is paralyzed, does not wish for anything other than to continue
his friendship with the other three. Reza's sister Masoumeh and Akbar
have been interested in each other since they were children. Akbar
gains credibility among the members of the smuggling group and gets
the nickname Shark. While transporting a satchel of smuggled goods
Akbar kills a gendarme and goes to Abbas's house wounded. Abbas turns
him over to the police and he is sentenced to death in court.
Masoumeh visits Akbar and becomes engaged to him. Before the
execution she asks that Nader serve as one of the excecutioners.
This item is available for immediate shipment. It is variously known to the public as a Kooseh-ye Jonoob poster, a Kooseh-ye Jonoob film poster and a Kooseh-ye Jonoob movie poster.
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